Jim, what browser are you using? Did you open the site in more than 1 browser (IE, Firefox, Chrome)? If so open the browsers and clear their caches. I don't think there is anything running on the server side that responds to a specific inbound IP. In this case it would have to be quite complex, feeding you one page and others a different one. If it was happening to lots of people I would suspect something odd going on with the site, but that's not the case. When you have the site open, instead of using F5 to refresh it, try using CTRL-F5 (hold CTRL down and press F5). This does a full page refresh from the server. This may force an overwrite on any cookies or cached pages. My guess is a persistent cookie of some kind. Also, when you clear your cache, sometimes open files cannot be deleted, this includes some cookies. If CTRL-F5 doesn't fix it next thing I would do would be clear my cache, close the browser and then reopen the browser and try. Run Disk Cleanup (make sure all browsers are closed - Go to Start - type "disk cleanup" into the search box and hit enter - select disk cleanup - when it runs select the drive you want to clean (usually C, click OK or Next - it checks your drive - then it shows you what it can remove - check off - Temporary Internet Files, Offline Web Pages, Recycle bin, Temporary files - then click OK, then agree to permanently delete them. Failing that I would clear my cache, close the browser and reboot my machine. Let me know if it works. Wayne WWFSMD?